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In the consuming violence of Algeria, bodies are made markers in the contest for territorial and institutional control.
Prior to, and in parallel with, the development of bio-politics, there was an "explosion of numerous and diverse techniques for achieving the subjugation of bodies and the control of populations, marking the beginning of an era of bio-power" (Foucault, 1978, p.
Four years later, a Glamour survey revealed that, out of 33,000 female respondents, 85 percent felt dissatisfied with their bodies.
It also will permit Supreme to consolidate the production of refrigerated truck bodies from its Pennsylvania and Georgia plants to the Supreme/Murphy facility, thereby enabling the Pennsylvania and Georgia plants to concentrate on dry freight truck bodies.
The question is: will a 1,000-calorie low-fat diet lead to thinner bodies than a 1,000-calorie high-fat diet?
Using innovative film techniques and the latest medical and scientific imaging, The Human Body will show viewers the ordinary miracles that keep their bodies running from morning until night.
In contemporary Western culture, the gaze associated with men's bodies may have never been stronger (Drummond, 2005).
But McSwain believes that it takes time to make a real change in people's bodies, and that the gradual changes last the longest.
Bellydance provides an opportunity to confront the places in our bodies where we have held on too tightly or too long to some tension and consider what those obstacles mean in our own personal myths.
Why do you not say that the water is not a body--because if it were a body, two bodies would exist in one location (and [by this] I mean water and clay.
Literate cultures can afford to silence their bodies because they have books and computers.
Most cases of nasal foreign bodies are diagnosed and treated in the emergency department.
To answer these questions, we need solid knowledge and an understanding of how our bodies work in relation to our instruments.
Although different cultures and historical periods produce the illusion of a prediscursive, naturalized body, she argues that attending to the way cultures "produce" bodies will allow us to understand historical change.